Albury and Wodonga have both recorded their lowest daily figures in days, however, there are more people in hospital.
Wodonga recorded 14 new cases, equal-lowest to October 22, and Albury recorded 24 - the lowest since October 20.
While seven people were in hospital on Friday, that number has increased.
"There have been 21 new COVID-19 cases reported within the Albury Wodonga Local Public Health Unit catchment," AWH's update stated.
"These include 14 new cases in Wodonga and 7 in Wangaratta.
"The Albury Wodonga Health Community COVID Consult Clinic is currently caring for 688 COVID-positive individuals from across the border region. We currently have 10 COVID-positive patients in hospital.
"There is strong evidence of transmission in household and social settings.
"We strongly encourage anyone with COVID-19 symptoms to get tested, and limit their movement wherever possible. Please get tested if you have symptoms."
Murrumbidgee Local Health District reported 32 new cases to 8pm: 24 in Albury, three in Murray River, three in Wagga and one each in Berrigan, Greater Hume and Federation LGAs.
"As cases continue to grow in the region, it is critical residents come forward for vaccination," MLHD said.
"It is particularly important that those in the 12-19 aged group come forward for vaccination, as the MLHD works with the NSW Department of Education to manage COVID-19 in the Albury LGA."
Victorian COVID Commander Jeroen Weimar said there had been a big testing program.
"Around 5500 tests were done in Wodonga and we continue to deploy more testing resources down there including the setting up of a four-lane testing site, and additional walk-in centres to support the ongoing community outbreak.
"I should note that about 95 per cent of people in Wodonga have had their first-dose vaccination and the second-dose rate is already over 80 per cent.
"So Wodonga as a whole is a well-protected, well-vaccinated community, but of course this highlights ... a very high attack rate within those communities.
"We're also working very closely with our colleagues in New South Wales Health particularly around a bit of a school response, and there will be significant number of rapid antigen tests made available over the weekend particularly in the school communities."
Mr Weimar said there were 1355 new cases in his state, the lowest tally since October 2, bringing Victoria's active case tall to 21,095 and 11 deaths.
There are 747 people in hospital and 83 ventilated.
Mr Weimar said 280 cases today were in regional Victoria, accounting for 20 per cent of cases.
"A week ago, that was around 14 per cent of cases and a week before that, it was under 10 per cent," he said.
"So we are seeing this predicted increase of cases in regional Victoria.
"Of course, now with the very welcome opening up ... and the ability of Melbourne to go into regional Victoria ... we will expect to see ongoing spread.
"So getting tests is going to be important."
Testing clinics this weekend are as follows:
- Albury Entertainment Centre: 10am to 4pm (Saturday, Sunday and Monday)
- Albury Showgrounds: 8am to 1pm (Saturday)
- Lavington Sports Ground: 8am to 5pm (Saturday) and 8am to 2pm (Sunday)
- 79 Vermont Street: 7.30am to 2.30pm (Saturday and Sunday)
- Corner Smythe Street and Stanley Street: 7.30am to 2.30pm (Saturday and Sunday)
- Wodonga Racecourse: 7.30am to 2.30pm (Saturday and Sunday)
Next week there will also be testing clinics at:
- Albury Westside Community Centre: Wednesday, 10am to 4pm and Thursday, 9am to 2pm
- Jerilderie MPS: Monday, 12pm to 3pm
Today (Saturday 30 October) you can walk-in and get vaccinated at the Wodonga Vaccination Hub, no booking needed:
- You can come in for your first or second dose.
- If coming in for your second dose, make sure it's been at least:
- 3 weeks if your first dose was Pfizer
- 4 weeks if your first dose was Moderna
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